Gregory J. Parker

Convected Scheme (CS)

Resonant radiation trapping

Electron kinetics via Monte Carlo (MC)

Long mean free path transport

Feature profiler

Ion implantation model

Introduction

All of the programs on this page are written in FORTRAN 77/95 and have successfully run on Hewlett-Packard (HP-UX) workstations, IBM (AIX), Linux (Red Hat, Ubuntu, Mandriva), Windows (NT and above) and Mac OS X (including pre-10.0). Typically Intel fortran or gfortran work fine. Historically, Absoft, IBM and HP compilers also present no problems.

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Program Descriptions

This program, unlike the others described here, is actually a set of programs. These programs come in two flavors: self-consistent and field specified. In the self-consistent versions, the CS calculates the electron and ion energy distributions by solving the Boltzmann equation and Poisson's equation simultaneously. Field specified versions solve for only the electron energy distribution in user specified fields in such a way that Vaslov's equation is exactly satisfied. Both versions come in 1d2v (infinite parallel plate) or 1d3v (cylindrical). Electron-electron Coulomb collisions are approximated. Arbitrary electron-neutral collisions with arbitrary differential cross sections are also supported. The numerical algorithm is based on Green's functions. References can be found in the following papers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 13, 16 and 18

This program calculates the temporal and spatial excited resonant state atom density and spectral shape and intensity as a function of an arbitrary (both temporal and spatial) production of excited state atom density and geometry. Current geometries supported are infinite parallel plate, infinitly long cylindrical and spherical. Both complete (CFR) and partial (PFR) frequency redistribution in each geometry is available. For PFR, either Jefferies-White approximation or the angle averaged exact redistribution can be used. Currently, the simulation assumes one symmetric lineshape (Doppler, Voigt or Lorentz) and uniform density of ground state atoms. Transient and steady-state solutions of resonance atom densities are easily computed. The method of calculation is based on Green's functions and is 50 to 100 times faster than equivalent Monte Carlo algorithms. References can be found in the following papers: 5, 6 and 12.

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This program calculates the electron energy distribution function (EEDF) as a function of user specified geometry, fields and collision processes using a Monte Carlo algorithm. Geometries currently supported are 0d3v, 1d3v (either infinite parallel plate or cylindrical geometry) and 2d3v (either Cartesian or cylindrical geometry). Time varying electric and magnetic fields are allowed. Arbitrary electron-neutral collisions are user specified and arbitrary differential cross sections are supported. Output from the code includes the EEDF as a function of kinetic energy and spatial position or the full EEDF as a function of velocity.

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This program computes neutral transport at low pressure where the mean free path is comparable to the system size. Input is the geometry of the system (either 2d Cartesian or cylindrical) and the source profile of neutrals. Output consists of neutral density as a function of position and the angular distribution of neutrals into surfaces. References can be found in the following papers: 9, 10 and 11.

This program evolves a 2d surface according to user specified fluxes emitted 'far away' from the surface. Both etching and deposition is allowed. As the surface evolves, shadowing is automatically included. User can specify the initial surface and an arbitrary incoming flux and output is the temporal evolution of the surface.

This program calculates the dose profile, in 3d, of an energetic (~keV) ion beam into a amorphous or crystalline solid. The user can specify the solid, channeling planes, and ion beam composition and angle to the surface. Output consists of the 3d density profile of ions and energy deposition into the solid. The algorithm is based on Green's functions and is typically 50-100 times faster than the equivalent Monte Carlo code. References can be found in the following paper: 15.

Last modified: March 2010

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